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2013 Volkswagen Beetle 2dr Hatchback Exterior View photos

2013 Volkswagen Beetle Diesel

Fuel economy:28 cty/41 hwy

What's New for 2013 For 2013, the Volkswagen Beetle lineup receives some new additions. A turbocharged diesel engine debuts, and it carries an EPA highway rating of an impressive 41 mpg. A soft-top convertible version of the Beetle is also new this year. Finally, there's a new Fender-signature version that sports a dash treatment inspired by the finish seen on the company's popular guitars.

MSRP from $23,495
2013 Volkswagen Beetle 2.0T Turbo 2dr Hatchback Exterior View photos

2013 Volkswagen Beetle Hatchback

Fuel economy:22 cty/31 hwy

What's New for 2013 For 2013, the Volkswagen Beetle lineup receives some new additions. A turbocharged diesel engine debuts, and it carries an EPA highway rating of an impressive 41 mpg. A soft-top convertible version of the Beetle is also new this year. Finally, there's a new Fender-signature version that sports a dash treatment inspired by the finish seen on the company's popular guitars.

MSRP from $19,995
2013 Volkswagen Beetle 2dr Hatchback Exterior View photos

2014 Volkswagen Beetle Diesel

Fuel economy:28 cty/41 hwy

What's New for 2014 For 2014, the Volkswagen Beetle sees a handful of small but notable changes. A limited-edition GSR coupe model debuts with a yellow-and-black paint scheme that recalls a '70s-era racing Beetle. The Beetle Turbo picks up 10 horsepower and a name change: It's now called the Beetle R-Line to avoid confusion later in the year when VW replaces the base Beetle's 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine with a new 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. Lastly, the Fender edition is no longer available; the base Beetle picks up a few more standard features; and Volkswagen's telematics system (dubbed "Car-Net") debuts, along with a rearview camera (late availability).

MSRP from $24,595
2013 Volkswagen Beetle 2.0T Turbo 2dr Hatchback Exterior View photos

2014 Volkswagen Beetle Hatchback

Fuel economy:25 cty/33 hwy

What's New for 2014 For 2014, the Volkswagen Beetle sees a handful of small but notable changes. A limited-edition GSR coupe model debuts with a yellow-and-black paint scheme that recalls a '70s-era racing Beetle. The Beetle Turbo picks up 10 horsepower and a name change: It's now called the Beetle R-Line to avoid confusion later in the year when VW replaces the base Beetle's 2.5-liter five-cylinder engine with a new 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. Lastly, the Fender edition is no longer available; the base Beetle picks up a few more standard features; and Volkswagen's telematics system (dubbed "Car-Net") debuts, along with a rearview camera (late availability).

MSRP from $20,295
2015 Volkswagen Beetle TDI 2dr Hatchback Exterior View photos

2015 Volkswagen Beetle Diesel

Fuel economy:31 cty/41 hwy

What's New for 2015 For the 2015 Volkswagen Beetle, the optional 2.0-liter diesel engine gets 10 additional horsepower, yet also delivers a slight increase in fuel economy. A new trim level called the Beetle Classic enters the lineup, and all but the base Beetle now come standard with a rearview camera (late availability).

MSRP from $24,795
2015 Volkswagen Beetle 1.8T Classic 2dr Hatchback Exterior View photos

2015 Volkswagen Beetle Hatchback

Fuel economy:25 cty/33 hwy

What's New for 2015 For the 2015 Volkswagen Beetle, the optional 2.0-liter diesel engine gets 10 additional horsepower, yet also delivers a slight increase in fuel economy. A new trim level called the Beetle Classic enters the lineup, and all but the base Beetle now come standard with a rearview camera (late availability).

MSRP from $20,195
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